City of Long Beach
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Long Beach, CA 90802
Long Beach Airport (LGB) held a ribbon cutting ceremony today to celebrate the renovations to Parking Structure A in time for the busy holiday travel season. The improvements to the parking structure, located nearest to the Historic Terminal, are meant to complement the easy travel experience for all LGB visitors.
“This project is a part of a larger vision of ensuring that the Long Beach Airport remains a world-class airport for ease and efficiency for residents and visitors alike,” said Mayor Robert Garcia.
Parking Structure A closed January 7, 2017 in preparation for renovations. The improvements to the structure allow for improved pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow, and consist of:
“Long Beach is beaming with pride today,” said Councilwoman Stacy Mungo. “The improvements to the parking structure not only offer accessibility and safety for travelers, but truly complement our award-winning facility.”
The parking structure provides more than 1,000 parking spaces within walking distance of the terminal. The parking structure renovation project was awarded to R.J. Daum Construction Company. The total cost of construction was $5 million.
“Long Beach Airport strives to provide a first-class experience for all,” said Airport Director Jess Romo. “The renovations to Parking Structure A will enhance the travel experience by providing greater accessibility just steps away from the terminal.”
Self-parking is available in Parking Structures A and B at the rate of $2 per hour, with a maximum of $19 per day in Parking Structure A and $17 in Parking Structure B. For general parking information, contact ABM Parking Services at (562) 377-6116.
Long Beach Airport Offers Multiple Ground Transportation Options
Tips for Holiday Travel
Over 50,000 passengers will travel through Long Beach Airport Thanksgiving weekend, Wednesday through Sunday. LGB encourages travelers to practice these tips:
About Long Beach Airport
Founded in 1923 as the first municipally-owned airport in California, Long Beach Airport (LGB) completed a revitalization in 2012 to update its facilities. A new passenger concourse opened to the public and has since garnered extensive praise for its modern design and architecture, local eateries and easygoing travel experience. Recently Condé Nast Traveler magazine recognized LGB as a Reader’s Choice Top 10 U.S. Airport for the third year in a row. In addition, USA Today and 10Best.com recognized LGB for Best Airport Dining in their Readers Choice poll. LGB offers non-stop service to several U.S. cities while supporting a healthy general aviation community with over 260,000 annual operations. The airport is also a source of substantial economic activity and employment. Long Beach Airport and its tenants generate more than $10 billion and 45,000 jobs in total economic activity to the Long Beach region with an additional $1.1 billion in tax revenue at the federal, state, and local levels. Long Beach Airport also prides themselves in maintaining a safe, sustainable, and environmentally responsible operation. For more news, pictures, videos and announcements of what's happening, "Like" us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter @LBAirport and Instagram @lgbairport.